The CIO/Computerworld/Comcast Business Class survey shows business and IT professionals increasingly view high-performance connectivity as a strategic or transformational asset....
Are you due for a technology refresh? Whether you've held off due to budget constraints, network limitations or manageability issues, a technology upgrade cannot wait if you want...
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Virtual Desktop Infrastructure (VDI) holds great promise for end-user computing teams to centralize management and maintenance, lower operational costs, improve security, and...
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Today's intrusion prevention systems (IPS) provide advanced security intelligence and the ability to identify and block malware before it can enter your network so that you can defeat today's sophisticated evasion techniques.
Valuable enterprise data lives on endpoint devices, changes constantly and flows freely throughout organizations. But what happens when data is inappropriately shared or breached because a user adopts an unsafe consumer-based sync and share tool?
While consumerization offers many benefits for both end users and the enterprise, it presents important challenges for IT departments, especially in terms of endpoint backup and data security.
Through helping thousands of top brands around the world properly manage and protect the critical corporate data on their endpoints, Code 42 identified the five common stages of "enterprise endpoint backup grief."
News headlines are a constant reminder that malware attacks and data leakage are on the rise. High-profile incidents that make big news might seem out of the ordinary. Yet businesses of every size face similar risks in the everyday acts of using digital technology and the internet for legitimate purposes. This paper outlines eight common threats that traditional anti-virus alone won't stop, and explains how to protect your organization using endpoint security.
Understand the real need for security solutions that can address the reality of expanding virtualization.
Who would have thought that after 20-plus years of solid research and industry remedies that malware would still be a common malady on today’s PCs? This is not to say that the problem of computer viruses and trojans hasn’t changed…it has significantly. But today’s Internet-connected, application-integrated, global world makes it far easier for malware to sneak onto our computers to do bad things. Download this original InfoWorld report, "Strategies for Endpoint Security".